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'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer, but still nobody does it better. >> the name is bond, james bond. >>> all that and so much more on "cbs thi
, a controversial book about the vatican goes on sale in germany. >> we will be back to check out what has been going on at the paralympics. don't go away. >> thanks for staying with us. could u.s. president barack obama windup addressing the democratic national convention in a rain down stadium on thursday? >> those are the fears of organizers who say the president's speech aiming to uplift the voters in the economic uncertainty could be drowned out by power of thunderstorms in the forecast. >> come rain or shine in charlotte, n.c., delegates are getting ready to pull out all stops like they do every four years when it is time to render their approval. >> she is campaigning for the reelection of president barack obama. she is the field director for the local democratic headquarters in columbia mayor washington. she will be a delicate at the party convention in charlotte, n.c. >> it's such an honor to be chosen, to be able to go to the convention as a delegate, especially being so young. i decided to talk with different people there, all the people who have much more experience than myself and
>> you are watching abc 7 news at 11:00 on your side. >> representatives at the vatican said the butler did it. the trial of pope benedict's former butler went on today. he is accused of passing on information to journalists. it is considered one of the worst breaches of security in vatican history. if convicted, he faces up to eight years behind bars. news around the nation now. we have more information on that debt the workplace shooting in minneapolis. the parents of the shooter say they were so concerned about their son's paranoia they enrolled in a class for families of the mentally ill. he was fired from his job by thursday morning. he returned to the business later that day and opened fire. he killed five people before he turned the gun on himself. a giant in journalism. tonight people remembering the life of arthur ochs sulzberger. the former new york times publisher died today after a long illness. he took charge of the paper in 1963. over the years the times influence and province -- profits grew. he was 86 years old. there was a sequel on the highways of los angele
enough to remember and the mouse before vatican two and you don't understand anything and it's mumbo jump bow and this is a parody of that. the second and third pieces before the intermission i will not introduce. i think the program notes are sufficient and rather than lecture i would much rather you enjoy the performance. the one thing i would like to emphasize about the first piece this is indeed a comic piece and in most instances westerners have a great problem when they come to a concert of classical music and view it as this is supposed to be serious music. this is not serious music and i would ask to you laugh. you are welcome to laugh. you may laugh. you need to practice laughing. we can progress -- all right. now, for those of you that find laughing difficult ladies and gentlemens you can at this timtiter in a nice way andf you want to be butch about it do the manly thought. please this isn't a work of aesthetic value it should be seen as humorous. as i of practicing this piece i can assure you and my ability for tongue twisters in english is limited let alone in japan
's real referees get cheers and boos in their first day back. intrigue at the vatican as the butler goes on trial. >>> we'll begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >>> a red line should be drawn right here. >> israel' prime minister warnings time is running out to stop iran. >> netanyahu says iran could have enough enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon by next summer. >> it's not merely the future of my country, at stake is the future of the world. >> bebe, bubby, what's with the wylie coyote tee nuclear bomb? >> police in minneapolis are investigating a deadly shooting. >> the toll is five dead, four wounded. >> they report the gunman was an employee who lost his job. >> in a wonderful neighborhood, wonderful business we've had a horrible tragedy. >> i'll put forward a practical plan to create jobs and grow the middle class. >> remember that movie? i see employed people. >> standing ovation. yes, the real nfl officials are back in business. >> let's get football back to the old school way. >> whoa. >> a stunning confirmation from the nasa rover "curiosity" sometime in
these weapon sites. >>> pope benedict's former butler is on trial today at the vatican. he's accused of leaking hundreds of secret pages from the pontiff's apartment. if he is convicted, he could spend up to eight years in prison. he has pled not guilty. the vatican computer technician is also on trial. >>> more than 100 voter registrations in the big battleground state of florida are being called suspicious.ur endorsed by weight watchersbd and your taste buds have always endorsed us. so, you know what this means... this is a real win win! yoplait, it is so good. gins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. since then, there's been one wedding, 2 kids, and 43 bottles of olay total effects. so in spite of 185 tantrums 378 pre-dawn starts and a lot of birthdays, caroline still looks amazing. you can challenge what's possible thanks to the trusted performance of olay. 60 years, millions of women, real results. 60 years, millions of women, ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our train
vatican papers. why he claims he did it. and a journey of history. big guns coming to the north bay. the first debate between >> the first debate between barack obama special mitt romney is just four days away. while they are preparing for the showed own in denver on monday, their runningmates are in the battleground states. >> reporter: president obama and mitt romney were out in the public eye today, as they get ready for their first debate this wednesday. so the campaign trail duties fell to their runningmates. vice-president biden stumped in florida for a second consecutive day. he slammed republicans and the bush administration for the skyrocketing deficit. >> by the time the reins got turned over to barack and me, they had doubled the national debt in 8 years. >> reporter: with his path to the white house shrinking, florida's looking like a must-win for romney. but today, his runningmate, ckman paul ryan, focused on new hampshire, with four electoral votes. but ryan said that could be a difference in the race that will come to a handful of states. >> thank you, granite staters
the pope's personal apartment to an italian paper. this is pretty significant for the vatican. they're known for secrecy. at least we're expected to learn a little bit of what's going on. >> we hope, deb. that is the hope. again, it's one of the most significant cases the vatican city court has heard, not to mention a huge embarrassment. paulo gabriele is one of the most trusted advisers to the pope. he leaked the papers because we wanted to expose the evil and corruption taking place perhaps in the vatican itself or in churches everywhere. he had a motive behind it. he didn't fight it. he actually admitted to the fact he did this, even though he hasn't entered a formal plea. >> intent is one thing. theft is another which is what's going to be so fascinating. saturday's initial session was held under very closely controlled circumstances. only a handful of approved reporters were inside. so what are some of the juiciest details that came out? >> we're not surprised. no cameras, no recording devices. even the pens that the reporters had brought in were taken. they took every proactiv
and that takes about the book is very carefully and the vatican does this says your venerable. and then there's a miracle. now how does that all happen? are there lot of people beginning to pray for you or to you or how was that resource? >>> a look a suspect the reputation into the person those who are aware of the life of the person is dead reputed to live a life of great virtue often times prey to the intercession of the saint as hispanic catholic faith. asking this person who he believes in heaven to intercede for us with god to seek god's grace and of life and sometimes it could be in dire circumstances where someone could have a great illness from which they're killed miraculously. and i will be invested very carefully by doctors in doing many interviews and if there is no scientific explanation and the and it could be decided are concluded to be a miracle and the recall of course is required in order to first be calling them blessed in the second miracle would be required to ultimately canonize the person. >>> other lot of people that stay in blessed are vulnerable the to make it to
referees get cheers and boos in their first game back, and intrigue at the vatican as the pope's butler goes on trial. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> israel's prime minister warns time is running out to stop iran. >> netanyahu says iran could have enough enriched uranium for a nuclear weapon by next summer. >> it's not just the future of my country, its stake is the future of the world. >> what's with the wile coyote nuclear bomb? >>> police in minneapolis investigating a deadly workplace shooting. >> toll, five dead and four wounded. >> the gunman was an employee who had lost his job. >> in a wonderful neighborhood and a wonderful business, we have had a horrible tragedy. >> put forth a practical plan to create jobs and grow the middle class. remember the movie, "the sixth sense?" i see employed people. >>> standing ovation. yes, the real nfl officials back in business. >> let's get football back. >>> a stunning confirmation from the nasa recover, curiosity, sometime in the past there was water on ma
rebels. >> al gore: nuns on a bus. >> jennifer: the nuns standing up to the vatican to the bishops, and the nuns really standing up to paul ryan, who put out a budget that they fully disagreed with because they didn't think that it embody the value of the gospel. >> cenk: so far tonight they're keeping their powder dry to be honest. last night they overwhelmed us with all these amazing speakers. obviously bill clinton will speak tonight. the nuns on a bus are fun and then elizabeth warren is a firepower, but it has been a relatively quiet hour. >> john: having general shinseki here, one of the things that upset me is hearing governor bush talk about military morale is at an all-time low. when you look at military morale by the time he was done, i've known more and more troops in doing shows on the road at military bases as a comedian who really respect this president. even those who don't like drone bomb warfare this is the reality. i'm grateful any time light is shown on the work that this president has done along with secretary panetta to bring this military into the 21st century
benedict's former butler is on trial at the vatican. he's accused of leaking hundreds of papers from the pope's apartment to journalists. >> and the czech president is recovering from a bizarre attack. he was inaugerating a new bridge when a man armed with a fake gun fired plastic pellets at him. he was taken to the hospital, the president, that is, was taken to the hospital with bruises, but no serious injuries. the suspect is in custody. >> a typhoon is roaring over okinawa. the latest in a string of typhoons to rock the area. the storm is expected to impact the east coast of mainland japan before making landfall there tomorrow. >>> a hong kong billionaire is making an offer many bachelors may not be able to refuse. $64 million to marry his daughter. so what's behind the offer? and are there any applicants? pauline cho finds out. >> in his opulent mansion, real estate tycoon cecil caio enjoys the beautiful ougartwork, the serenity of an indoor waterfall and an ocean view, but he's unsettled by a simple desire, finding the right person for his only daughter. >> she is a nice girl, v
demonstrations throughout the muslim world and the fighting in neighboring syria, the vatican called the pope's trip a pilgrimage of peace. the visit to lebanon was organized to deliver a message of encouragement to christians there and to urge them to continue being, quote, builders of peace and agents of reconciliation. benedict planned meetings with local muslim leaders, which many observers hoped could be a positive message of interfaith dialogue and respect amid all the regional turmoil. >>> on the heels of the recent political conventions, evgelil grou are continuing thr efforts to mobilize conservative faith- based voters. many leading evangelicals have promised to put aside theological differences with mitt romney, who is mormon, in order to concentrate on public policy. in washington, thousands of religious conservatives gathered for the annual values voter summit. a parade of top republicans addressed the crowd. one of the keynote speakers was gop vice-presidential candidate paul ryan. >> r mo of us, it was settled long ago that our rights come from nature and nature's god, not from
a vision for the future. that was really his strength. >> and quickly, what was the vatican reaction to these suggestions that he made? did they think he was kind of off the reservation? >> it was pretty much to ignore them. i mean, he was never overtly disciplined or condemned. he was always listened to. but nothing ever really happened. i think that was because the direction that the leadership of the church was going in rome at the time was not in accord with many of the ideas that martini had, alas. >> harvey cox of harvard university, many thanks. >>> we continue this conversation online on our website at pbs.org. >>> finally, in south korea, thousands of mourners this week honored the reverend sung myung moon, founder of the unification church. moon died monday after suffering from pneumonia. he was 92. moon started his church in south korea in 1954. he claimed millions of members from around the world and was especially known for performing mass weddings. in his ministry moon taught he was completing the unfinished work of jesus. >>> that's our program for now. i'm bob abernat
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. >>> as for reaction from the vatican the saying that the scholars say and think what they like the church stands by its doctrine which goes back to the earliest christians. translation teases was a bachelor. could paul bloats first home run in over two months b since august 24th to te giants have had a starting pitcher competes complete seven innings three times in all three times and has been big daddy kane. they drive the boat by remote. not keen to have used his croute cruise control against the rockies eight innings came as the one run public two men on that is his first home run since july 8th. the giants win 7 and 1 the magic number is 5. isn't taggers cocoa sellout because of pink 9 hi thank your eyes. that is a fair ball and brian anderson. here comes the second run and the news and anderson comes off the mound awkwardly here he could miss 10 days tigers win 62 but it's right now the a's are still in the wild card and could change. penn state's taking on buffalo. he throws up the hail mary nan's he comes down with debt
by monday >>> vatican calling it a fake, ancient papyrus fragment which a scholar says contains the first recorded mention that jesus may have had -- had a wife. the papyrus is a clumsy forgery the church joins a heated debate over the text that reads jesus said to them, my wife unveiled by a harvard professor last week a text from the 4th century. >>> you know that voice. the man known as the eye in the sky is calling it quits after 51 years on the radio. >> we start this san francisco northbound 101 at vermont. >> you know that voice, traffic guru stan is retiring. giving traffic updates on the morning news for a while, stan began his career in 1961 at age 18. he joined as a traffic reporter in 1963 has been with kgo since 1976. stan did it better than anyone now he gets to enjoy his retirement. he will be stuck in traffic from time to time. >> stan you are amazing, awesome, so blessed with having him work with us. >>> mike nicco, weekend is here. starting out foggy you are going to warm things up, right? >> i'm going to forecast warm weather. not going to actually create it, yes. [ lau
into a police vehicle. results could be ready by monday >>> vatican calling it a fake, ancient papyrus fragment which a scholar says contains the first recorded mention that jesus may have had -- had a wife. the papyrus is a clumsy forgery the church joins a heated debate over the text that reads jesus said to them, my wife unveiled by a harvard professor last week a text from the 4th century. >>> you know that voice. the man known as the eye in the sky is calling it quits after 51 years on the radio. >> we start this san francisco northbound 101 at vermont. >> you know that voice, traffic guru stan is retiring. giving traffic updates on the morning news for a while, stan began his career in 1961 at age 18. he joined as a traffic reporter in 1963 has been with kgo since 1976. stan did it better than anyone now he gets to enjoy his retirement. he will be stuck in traffic from time to time. >> stan you are amazing, awesome, so blessed with having him work with us. >>> mike nicco, weekend is here. starting out foggy you are going to warm things up, right? >> i'm going to forecast warm weather. not
was married. the vatican this week called the item a fake and a clumsy forgery. >>> a special church of england panel held three days of closed door meetings to select the next arch bishop of can't bury. spiritual leader of the 78-world member wordwide communion. the new arch bishop will succeed rowan williams who has been in the position since 2002 and is retiring. the nominating panel smits the name of its preferred successor along with an alternate to british prime minister david cameron. the prime minister then gives his selection to queen elizabeth for final approval. >>> in saudi arabia 1,000 nigerian muslim women were detained at the airport after they arrived in the country unaccompanied by men. they were on their way to mecca to perform the pilgrimage to take place next month. saudi arabia requires them to travel with a male escort and is sending the women back to nigeria. >>> the u.s. catholic bishops this week pledged unconditional support for the catholic church in nigeria after a cathedral was bombed there last weekend. the attack is the latest in a up long line of churc
by a majority vote in the assembly while permanent security council members have veto power. vatican city is the only u.n. observer state. if the palestinians receive observer status, state status, rather. that they might be able to join u.n. agencies including international criminal court. nhk's correspondent in new york says the palestinians hope such support from the international community will put pressure on israel to resume peace negotiations. >>> united nations official says the refugee crisis in syria may be even worse than expected. >>> the continuity of the open border policy and generosity given by host communities, that offer stretched limited resources to continue receiving refugees is important. it's national solidarity to help them cope. it is really crucial. >>> almost 300,000 syrians have crossed the border into turkey, lebanon and other countries. two to three thousand more leave every day. u.n. agencies are distributing food at refugee camps and trying to prevent outbreaks. >>> spain released its austerity budget plan for next year. it pro poposed a reduction thro spen
gone to the next round? >> it's very mysterious. it's probably something like at the vatican, you know, with smoke -- it was flattering to be mentioned. my mom likes it. she was happy that i was mentioned and all. but it was fun. i signed on early with barack as one of the national cochairs. national cochair since february 2007. >> jon: this may be the only place in the entire country where you could get a round of applause for this. "national co-chair in the house." >> but the whole process from that day all through this last and then this week makes me feel more and more excited about barack and about his vision for changing the economy and changing national security policy. >> jon: do you think you might have a role in -- secretary of state -- did he talk about that? did he say, "you're not going to get the vice president but you can be secretary of the interior?" if they offer you transportation, tell them "screw you." >> i have had some problems with that one. >> jon: exactly. is there any thought? >> i've got a gig until a year after the administration starts -- governor of virgi
, you don't have to follow the latest dictates from the vatican, the spirit, faith, belief in god is deeply personal. >> bill: let me stop you. >> let me just tell you the majority of catholics believe -- >> bill: you misstated the facts so i have to correct you. according to the -- poll 79% of catholics do not believe in abortion. the catholic church condemns abortion. you cannot be practicing catholic and promote abortion, you can't. according to the church. caroline kennedy is in deep deep trouble with her church, not my problem. not my problem. it's her problem. but she did insult -- she insulted her church by referencing as a catholic woman i want reproductive rights, blah blah blah blah blah. secondly, juan, you are going to sit there in your pink tie and tell me that sandra fluke is not an extremist? are you going to do that tonight to this audience? >> yes. i'm going to tell you, in fact, i will -- the gallup poll said 82% of catholics believe that a woman can practice contraception. that's not immoral. it is -- >> very different things. >> absolutely. >> majority of catho
, the vatican put out a statement expressing sympathy for muslims whose relij religious instability have been offended by the film, but the pope's message to the minority in egypt is the same message he's trying to bring to the entire middle east, which is i know your difficulties, i know the struggle you're facing and the anxiety you have about the future. that's what he said to about a group of 20,000 christian youth here tonight on the water front of beirut, but at the end of the day, he's also calling on them not to leave, to stay in place, to make the choice to try to stay in the land of their birth and to build a better future. he knows it's a tough one and he knows that previous papal appeals along those lines have not stopped christian out migration from the middle east, but i think he remains hopeful it's possible. >> thanks to the senior vatican analyst. >> headlines from around the world now. relentless violence in syria focused on aleppo. they say at least 120 people died in fighting across the country. meanwhile, the new envoy to syria met with president bashar al assad saying sh
government. . >>> the vatican newspaper is questioning a scrap that has restarted the debate over whether jesus was married. i harvard researcher presented this piece as a -- of a piece of a 4th century gospel. the text on the scrap reads jesus said to them my wife. the vatican is dismissing as a fake and inept one. >> the government has dropped the ball and failed to do much to keep unsafe peanut butter off shelves. a outbreak of salmonella has sickened dozens nationwide. two here in california. the group is have worried saying may because regulators have been slow to put in new safety measures. >> we have missed several critical deadlines already and there is -- really no excuse for it when public health is at risk. >> the government spokeswoman said the obama administration is working as fast as possible to put in new procedures. >>> a brentwood man was arrested today on suspicious of carrying out a massive foreclosure. investigators say that the 44- year-old convicted disstressed homeowners he could take their existing debt and replace it with a new lower debt to his country. they
today at the vatican. he is accused of leaking hundreds of pages from the pontiff to an italian journalist. he could spend up to eight years in prison. please pleaded not guilty. a vatican computer technician is also on trial. >>> look at this incredible video off mexico's coast. eight fishermen got tossed into the sea waters which the heavy winds and rains capsized their boats. they were hauled to safety and dry ground by a rope. several suffered bruises and one had to be treated for inhaling too much water, but they're all expected to be okay. you just see them fighting the waves and the wind. it's remarkable. >> jaw dropping when you watch something like that because typically when we talk about boats capsizing it's a pontoon boat and small fishing boat. waters that rough, you do the best you can. >> they're lucky, also, based on where it is, it's not hitting the rocks. it could have hit the rocks and crushed those poor guys. the fact they have cameras and rescuers -- >> they had cameras every everywhere, cell phones. >>> well, some headlines we are also following this mornin
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figure i saw was 93 countries were members of the u.n. and there are only 196 in the world. vatican is not a member and taiwan is not a member and maybe a couple of other places. guest: the taiwan thing to me is as insulting as you can get. the vatican, they're not a member but they have observer status. taiwan, taiwanese diplomat can't walk into the building. it really is one of the most -- one of the more offensive issues. host: they used to be a member. guest: before china became -- >> host: did you ask anybody about that? guest: i did. they give one thing, listen, this is the peoples republic of china, so therefore taiwan is not a country. host: this is manager from the documentary, you and me. who named that. guest: my wife. and if i wanted to stay married that is the name we were sticking with. host: this is more on terrorism. [video clip] sometimes the u.n. does more than just have a dialogue, for example, the u.n.'s palestinian refugee program, unra, provides services for kids, the elder ly, and terrorists? unra was peopled by officials who were terribly, terribly sha thet t
at the conference was, you know, you choose to announce this directly across the street from the vatican. the institute where the conference was held was literally across the street from st. peter's basilica. and, of course, that's just sort of a matter of circumstance. but the appearance there is that you know, there's a claim being made about something that's held very, very dear to the catholic church, ts motion of jesus' celibacy. and, in fact, today i noticed that the vatican did issue an official statement to one news organization saying "this changes nothing." there's clear long tradition her decision to publicize this before before the is are dotted and the "t"s crossed. she's already crowd sourcing this. she has two very, very big scholars, experts in papyrus and in the coptic language who have said this is legitimate, this doesn't look like a forgery but there are other tests that remain to be conducted, including an analysis of the ink on the papyrus which will tell us whether. so what she's doing is a way that is courageous and is saying "here's what i think, here's what my e
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